‘Minneapolis Minute’ offers quick take on City news and initiatives

Looking for a fast way to get your City updates? Check out “Minneapolis Minute.” The 60-second video feature put out by the City’s Communications Department offers a quick take on City news and initiatives.

The latest episode highlights the Twin Cities Pride Festival, the declaration of June as LGBT Pride Month in Minneapolis by the City Council and Mayor Betsy Hodges, new zebra-striped crosswalks, the upcoming Kitty Hall event and the proposed minimum wage ordinance.

If you have an idea to pitch for an upcoming “Minneapolis Minute,” contact Sarah McKenzie at [email protected].



Published Jun 13, 2017



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